Christian parents have a responsibility to share their faith with their children. This article encourages us to take a closer look at how we are doing at passing on our faith.
What’s the difference between guilt and conviction? Here we explore the differences using Psalm 51 and include some ways we can use this knowledge in parenting.
How can parents help a hurting child? The book of Job provides great guidelines on what you can do and what you should avoid.
Do your kids get upset when they don’t get the recognition they feel they deserve? Here’s a family devotional guide on the Book of Esther that addresses this very issue (includes resources for younger kids).
It can be tempting to disengage from our teens. Nehemiah has some tips on how we can finish strong in parenting our teens. Includes resources.
What is a parent to do or say when their child wants to date a non-Christian? Here we address the idea of “dating evangelism” with some insights from the book of Ezra.
Modern churches seem to fracture families. If we take a look at 1 Chronicles 24-27, we see that families served together. Let’s reconsider how we do church and how families can serve the Lord together.
The Bible is rich with parenting advice. Here we learn the art of keeping our cool in crisis from the prophet Elisha.
Do you ever feel reluctant to discipline your kids? If so, you are not alone – the “man after God’s own heart” did the same. This article will explore four different reasons why parents may avoid discipline and what you can do about it.